Description and review of Milagro Centre, home to seven independent restaurants and a large event center in Carmichael, CA.
A friend and I recently enjoyed a weekday lunch at Milagro Centre. This was my first visit to the Centre.
My friend had suggested lunch there knowing that I am still reluctant to dine indoors. While the state COVID-19 vaccination rate has been steadily increasing, the Sacramento area has not been keeping pace.
About Milagro Centre
Milagro Centre has a large parking lot, with palm trees running down the center of the property. Plenty of parking is always a big plus in my book.
The Milagro Centre building has a large outdoor common area/food court located in the middle of the Centre. Some of the restaurants are located around the perimeter of the food court, while others are to the left or right.
The outdoor common area/food court is covered with a semi-transparent roof that allows light in but keeps inclement weather out. At the rear is a large stone fireplace that incorporates a fountain on either side.
Various restaurants have come and gone since the Centre first opened. The restaurants it houses currently are:
- Café Madre
- GB Gelato
- Mesa Mercado
- River City Brewing Company
- Taiko Sushi
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The Milagro Centre is the brainchild of Ernest Delgado whose Mesa Mercado restaurant is located adjacent to the outdoor food court common area. As I understand it, the concept is to emulate the openness of a Mexican market or mercado.
Delgado also owns two well-known restaurants in Downtown Sacramento – Mayahuel and La Cosecha.
As it turns out both my friend and I were in the mood for Mexican food – so Mesa Mercado it was!
See (upcoming) related blog post: Mesa Mercado at Milagro Centre
What is your favorite restaurant at Milagro Centre?
Milagro Centre Snapshot:
- 6241 Fair Oaks Blvd., Carmichael, CA 95608 (near Fair Oaks Blvd. and Marconi Avenue)
- (916) 712-5699
- Days/Hours Vary by Merchant
- Large parking lot
- Free Wi-Fi
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